Loving yourself is one of those foundational skills for loving others. This is especially true for polyamory, of course, where not loving yourself leads far too often to jealousy and other un-fun emotions. (You can see a little about my own journey toward self love in this blog post I wrote last winter.) Since I’m all about the Love, I couldn’t resist aligning myself with this new movement from Christine Arylo, author of the new book “Madly in Love with ME: The Daring Adventure of Becoming Your Own Best Friend. (I mean, I get to be a Love Ambassador — how cool is that??)
Here’s what Christine (via her marketing dept. ;^) has to say about the new book:
DARE TO FALL IN LOVE… with YOURSELF!
People are always saying, “Love yourself,” “Self-care is important,” “The most important relationship is the one you have with yourself.” But what the heck does all this self-love talk really mean? And more importantly how do you actually ‘do’ it?
Christine Arylo, the founder of the international Day of Self Love (Feb 13th) just wrote this breakthrough book on self-love that takes you beyond the idea of valuing, loving and caring for yourself into daring acts that help you experience it. It’s called Madly in Love with ME: The Daring Adventure of Becoming Your Own Best Friend. It’s a must read!
It’s like this magical adventure into yourself… full of Daring Acts of Love, heart to heart conversations with yourself, a Self-Love Tree and more. It’s not just full of more information telling you how you should take care of yourself or put yourself first… it actually gives you permission to do and say the things a best friend would to you.
Big thumbs up!
GO here to learn more & Check out the book trailer at www.TheSelfLoveBook.com
What’s not to love about that?
Take some daring acts of love today — share love with yourself. You may find that more love comes back your way from others, as well as yourself!
PS: I’m not an Affiliate of Christine’s (yet, anyway), but you need to do your own evaluation of whether an offer is right for you. And that said, it’s still true that I don’t recommend things that I think aren’t worth your while. Check it out, and use your brain as to whether it’s a good investment for you at this time. In full disclosure: if you click on any of the MinLwM book links, I’ll get a tiny percentage of any Amazon purchases you might make through that link in the next 24 hours (so do your holiday shopping while you’re at it, ok?? ;^)
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[© 2012 Dawn M. Davidson]